Trover Officially Launches Application for Android
If you love traveling to new and unfamiliar destinations or like to know about some of the must-visit places around you, then there is an app for that. Check out Trover, an online service that advises users of some of the amazing places around your area, recommending spots to visit. Already available for iOS for a few months, this week sees their Android debut.
Trover also works as a photo-sharing app, of sorts, where different users share images of places around them. For example, if you are in Dallas and you want to see what’s nearby then you will see various photos sorted based on distance from current location
“Most of the apps out there today that are location-specific are delivering lists of content back to the user,” says CEO Jason Karas. “We feel that exploring a space is not really done best through lists, that it’s done through information that’s organized in a spatial way. You can literally stroll around with our UI and take in the neighborhood just like you would when you’re walking around.”
I’ve downloaded the app and so far I really like it. If you’re a frequent traveler or like to live vicariously though people who do travel, then download this app, give it a go and tell us about it in the comment box below.
Source: PR NewsWire
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